Next Episode of Gun Dog TV is
The producers of the longest running wing shooting show The American BirdHunter have teamed up with the editors at GunDog Magazine to bring an exciting new television series called "Gun Dog TV". The series will focus on the hunter's devoted relationship with their bird dogs as we see them at work in the field. Hosted by bird hunting veterans Randy Lack and Bruce Horrell, Gun Dog TV brings the passion of bird hunting, both upland and waterfowl, to the forefront of outdoor TV. In addition to exciting bird hunts and stunning scenery in every episode, Outdoor Channel viewers get to meet the real stars of the show — the bird dogs that accompany Randy and Bruce on their hunts.
Gun Dog TV begins a new era with a dynamite dry field hunt for waterfowl near Peace River, Alberta.
David Miller returns to Greensburg, Kan. to hunt with Jason Johnson for pheasants with a variety of gun dog breeds during a banner year for birds.
Shane Garner's veteran lab Clover brings the crew some good luck for ducks in Southeast Missouri.
Co-host Randy Lack chases desert quail with some of his rookie gun dogs.
"Stone" is a black lab and he shows off his strong skills in the water retrieving ducks in Lake St. Clair, Ontario.
"Boogie" is a 12 week old yellow lab pup who is having a big 'ol time learning the ropes waterfowling hunting in Alberta.
Dave Miller and his Springer Spaniel "Clay" return to Kansas for pheasants. Also Dave discusses who his life has changed now that he is a Guinness World Record Holder.
Shane Garner and his black lab "Clover" share good times in the duck blind in Southeast Missouri.
The numbers are up for desert quail this year, and Randy Lack is getting his young bird dog the experience they need.
"Scout" is a 6 year old yellow lab and she has many, many miles and many retrieves in her life. This week we watch a pro gun dog at work in Alberta.
Randy Lack travels to Eastern New Mexico to hunt scaled quail aka Blues with some old friends and good gun dogs.
We wrap up our first season with some wild quail action in tough conditions.
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